Introducing Emmanuel Mutuku

Introducing Emmanuel Mutuku

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Emmanuel Mutuku is the Founder of Jani-Journey Organisation, a community-based organization that enables young African change-makers to realize their potential through social entrepreneurship, exposure to global opportunities, and mentor-ship activities in Kenya, Africa, and Beyond. He is currently pursuing his studies majoring in Robotics & Intelligence Systems Engineering with a minor in Global Economics Management at Jacobs University Bremen.

Emmanuel Mutuku is an award-winning Social Entrepreneur at the Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship (2015-2016). Through his start-up, The Briquette Technology, He was crowned the Gold Medal Winner of 5 out of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): SDG 2: To End Hunger, 10: To Reduce Inequality, 13: To Combat Climate Change, 14: To conserve our Marine Resources for Sustainable Development and 17: To Strengthen the Partnership for Sustainable Development.

Emmanuel’s top 3 hobbies are traveling for exposure purposes, watching investigative series, and gymnastics with a focus on aesthetics. He is a developer with a focus on the following programming languages (C & C++, Javascript & Python), Strategic Management with a specialization in Asset Management, and Robotic Operating System (ROS) Developer.

  1. What does entrepreneurship mean to you?

Entrepreneurship is being able to utilize resources to create opportunities with an aim of having a positive impact on your target audience.

  1. What does community mean to you?

Community refers to a space where one can grow through human interaction.

  1. Why did you join PAYE?

I joined PAYE solely because I believe in its vision of creating a network of African Entrepreneurs across the continent who are seeking to create opportunities within their communities.

  1. What is your motto in life?

Good investing isn’t necessarily about earning the highest returns, because the highest returns tend to be one-off hits that can’t be repeated. It’s about earning pretty good returns that you can stick with and which can be repeated for the longest time. That’s when compounding runs wild.

  1. Where do you see yourself in the next 10 years? 

Definitely back in the African continent, creating robotic systems in the Real Estate sector and Agricultural sector too.